Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Every Single Endorphin

Yesterday was a doozie of a day.  

I was extra thankful for my three mile run in the morning.  I used every single extra endorphin I made and then borrowed some from my future runs.

Work was rough.  The good kind of rough -the kind where I felt challenged - but still took the energy out of me. 

Immediately after work I fed Ina and we went to the hospital to visit my grandma.  

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Thanks for the prayers, please keep them coming.  

We came home around 7:30 and were met by Dan who had a trailer full of stuff to "stuff" into my already-overflowing garage.  (But, he did hang up the mirror when I was in Texas.  Baby steps.)

I scrambled around to get dinner together in between Ina whimpers.  When she wants to be held, she wants to be held.  

Ina didn't want to go to sleep, and I think Dan put her down 4 times before she finally fell asleep for good.  

I feel like I have written the same post 20 times since Ina was born, but it is what I have to say. Some days as a mother feel very scrambled and I have to ward off a panic attack in between every task.   Other days are breezy and everything comes so easy.

All days it is so worth it.  

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  1. That pic of Ina with your grandmother you can see how much joy Ina's happy little face brings to your family! Lots of prayers <3

  2. Awww Racheal, believe me some days are overwhelming, but it's so worth it when you see her smile, or giggle. The picture of her with your dogs is priceless and reminds me of my daughter when she was little. The dog in the middle has this look on his face like "she is touching me" they same way my beagle felt about my daughter. She couldn't fully touched him until she was 3 years old without him flipping out. Ha Ha!


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